I really like the cappuccino, as it's strong (a cup of it had successfully kept me awake until 3 am) and tastes really good. They serve the coffee unsweetened, and give a sachet of white sugar and brown sugar. That made me even happier because I can make sure that it's not too sweet. At around 50K for a large cup, I found the price reasonable.
The food, however, is pricey. The fried rice is 50K-ish and tasted mediocre, as well as the famous kue cubit (who is modernized and, in my opinion, too salty). They also serve the famous martabak (with fancy toppings that we can choose: nutella, ovamaltine, or even ferraro rocher). I tried the nutella martabak, but unfortunately I think it's too sweet and overpriced. I like the poffertjes, though, as they're not very sweet the texture is very light. Nevertheless, I think my judgment is clouded because I don't really fancy something too-sweet.
Overall, it's a comfortable place to gather, even in large group (up to 8 people). The food are too pricey, but the place ambiance and the coffee quality make it tolerable. Will definitely visit again.
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